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CompTIA Network+ N10-007 Hands-on Lab Simulator

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  • Copyright 2018
  • Edition: 1st
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  • ISBN-10: 0-7897-5957-8
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-7897-5957-3

Gain hands-on experience for the CompTIA Network+ N10-007 exam without having to invest heavily in hardware, software, or other equipment with this Network+ Simulator from Pearson IT Certification, a leader in IT Certification learning and a CompTIA Authorized Platinum Partner.

The Simulator Series from Pearson IT Certification are the most effective simulators for hands-on skills enhancement and is the perfect learning product to help you prepare for CompTIA’s newly introduced performance-based questions. CompTIA’s performance-based questions require exam candidates to perform a task or solve a problem within a simulated IT environment to demonstrate specific knowledge or skills.

  • 75 hands-on labs
  • Includes matching, drag and drop, network cable manipulation, operating system GUI and command line administration, and Cisco router and switch configuration and troubleshooting labs
  • Covers the new performance based questions
  • Includes Coupon that Saves you 10% on  your Exam Voucher

CompTIA Network+ N10-007 Simulator helps you reinforce Network+ exam topics and develop and enhance the hands-on skills you will need to succeed on the exam and on the job. This state-of-the-art, interactive simulation software presents you with 75 challenging labs that help you learn by doing, which is the most effective method of learning.

Experience realistic operating system and network device response as you work through each of the labs, which include detailed instructions, hints, and solutions. Manipulate cables and other hardware and organize network devices on network topology maps. Configure workstations through the Windows GUI and PC command line interfaces. Troubleshoot real-world networking issues with Cisco routers and switches. Configure VPN clients, determine optimal placement for wireless antennas, and much more.


Matching labs help you develop a mental map of concepts, enhancing retention and recall. Drag and Drop exercises allow you to work with physical cables and equipment and network designs. Command Line Interface (CLI) labs allow you to get hands-on experience configuring Cisco routers and switches. Graphical User Interface (GUI) labs allow you to work through common Windows configuration tasks. Most labs conclude with Think About It sections to help you develop critical thinking skills and delve deeper into the concepts you are learning in the lab activities. You can save your grades on each lab in PDF format, and the software tracks your progress on each lab, so you always know exactly where you are in your studies.

This unique simulation software helps you master the hands-on skills needed to succeed on the Network+ exam. Topics covered include:

1. Network Topologies

2. Matching Well-Known Port Numbers

3. TCP/IP Protocols and Their Functions

4. DHCP Technology

5. Network Application Protocols

6. OSI Model Layer and Network Devices

7. OSI Model Layer Functions

8. Application Layer Network Server Descriptions

9. Create a Straight Cable and Test It

10. Create a Crossover Cable

11. Create a Console Cable

12. Contrast Virtualization Technologies and Services

13. Using ARP to Discover a MAC Address

14. Details of DHCP Client Address Configuration Process

15. Configuring Static Hostname Resolution on a Workstation

16. Workstation Virtualization

17. Connect to Switch Console Port using PuTTY

18. Connect to a Switch and Reconfigure the Hostname and Password

19. Switch Management via Telnet

20. Configuring Port Security

21. IPv4 Address Types

22. IPv6 Addressing Terminology

23. IPv6 Address Placement

24. Folder Sharing and Security

25. Using Encrypting File System (EFS) to Encrypt Data Files

26. Truncating IPv6 Addresses

27. Intermediate IPv4 Addressing Practice

28. Configuring a Client Network Adapter with an IPv4 Address

29. Configuring a Network Adapter with an IPv6 Address

30. Using ipconfig to Discover Network Settings

31. Switching Terminology

32. Configure an IP Address on a Switch with a Default Gateway

33. Configuring an Ethernet Interface on a Router

34. Connecting Two Routers to Each Other

35. Configuring Small Office/residential Router-Network User Security Settings

36. Connecting to the Router’s Console Port

37. Verifying a Router-to-Router Connection with Cisco Discovery Protocol

38. Static and Default Routing

39. Configuring Dynamic Routing

40. Reading a Routing Table

41. Using the route print Command

42. Configuring a VPN client

43. Matching Wireless Standards and Terminology

44. Wireless Security Terminology

45. Wireless Antenna Placement

46. Manually Configuring Wireless Signals on a Small Office/Residential Router

47. Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity

48. WAN Terminology

49. Internet of Things

50. Network Cabling

51. Cryptographic Terminology

52. Identifying Network Performance Terminology

53. Using ipconfig, ping, arp, and tracert Together to Troubleshoot Connectivity

54. Using netstat to Troubleshoot Connectivity

55. Using Basic Linux Troubleshooting Commands

56. Creating Network Users on a Domain Controller

57. Security Terminology and Descriptions

58. Network Vulnerabilities–The Hacker and Network Admin Perspectives

59. Secure Protocols Versus Unsecure Protocols

60. Types of Network Threats and Attacks

61. Security Appliance Terminology and Methods

62. Identifying Troubleshooting Commands to Use for Various Tasks

63. Reordering Troubleshooting Steps

64. Identify Common Cat5 Wiring Problems

65. Matching Command Output to Commands

66. Verify a Data Link Connection from a Computer to a Network

67. Using Extended ping (Command Switches) to Troubleshoot Connectivity

68. Troubleshooting Practice

69. Using NSLookup for DNS Troubleshooting

70. Using ping to Troubleshoot Connectivity

71. DNS Troubleshooting Simulation

72. Using tracert to Troubleshoot Connectivity

73. Exploring troubleshooting using PowerShell

74. Troubleshooting VLAN problems

75. Exploring the Cloud

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CompTIA Network+ N10-007 Hands-on Lab Simulator Minimum System Requirements:

Windows: Microsoft Windows 10 (32-bit/64-bit, all versions), Windows 8.1 (32-bit/64-bit, x86 processors only, all versions), Windows 7 (32-bit/64-bit, all versions) with SP1; Intel Pentium III or faster; 512 MB RAM (1GB recommended); 1.5 GB hard disk space; 32-bit color depth at 1024x768 resolution

Mac: Apple macOS 10.13, 10.12, 10.11, 10.10; Intel Core Duo 1.83 Ghz or faster; 512 MB RAM (1 GB recommended); 1.5 GB hard disk space; 32-bit color depth at 1024x768 resolution

Other applications installed during installation: Adobe AIR 3.8; Captive JRE 6 

This product is a single-user license desktop software application.

Sample Content

Table of Contents

1. Network Topologies

2. Matching Well-Known Port Numbers

3. TCP/IP Protocols and Their Functions

4. DHCP Technology

5. Network Application Protocols

6. OSI Model Layer and Network Devices

7. OSI Model Layer Functions

8. Application Layer Network Server Descriptions

9. Create a Straight Cable and Test It

10. Create a Crossover Cable

11. Create a Console Cable

12. Contrast Virtualization Technologies and Services

13. Using ARP to Discover a MAC Address

14. Details of DHCP Client Address Configuration Process

15. Configuring Static Hostname Resolution on a Workstation

16. Workstation Virtualization

17. Connect to Switch Console Port using PuTTY

18. Connect to a Switch and Reconfigure the Hostname and Password

19. Switch Management via Telnet

20. Configuring Port Security

21. IPv4 Address Types

22. IPv6 Addressing Terminology

23. IPv6 Address Placement

24. Folder Sharing and Security

25. Using Encrypting File System (EFS) to Encrypt Data Files

26. Truncating IPv6 Addresses

27. Intermediate IPv4 Addressing Practice

28. Configuring a Client Network Adapter with an IPv4 Address

29. Configuring a Network Adapter with an IPv6 Address

30. Using ipconfig to Discover Network Settings

31. Switching Terminology

32. Configure an IP Address on a Switch with a Default Gateway

33. Configuring an Ethernet Interface on a Router

34. Connecting Two Routers to Each Other

35. Configuring Small Office/residential Router-Network User Security Settings

36. Connecting to the Router’s Console Port

37. Verifying a Router-to-Router Connection with Cisco Discovery Protocol

38. Static and Default Routing

39. Configuring Dynamic Routing

40. Reading a Routing Table

41. Using the route print Command

42. Configuring a VPN client

43. Matching Wireless Standards and Terminology

44. Wireless Security Terminology

45. Wireless Antenna Placement

46. Manually Configuring Wireless Signals on a Small Office/Residential Router

47. Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity

48. WAN Terminology

49. Internet of Things

50. Network Cabling

51. Cryptographic Terminology

52. Identifying Network Performance Terminology

53. Using ipconfig, ping, arp, and tracert Together to Troubleshoot Connectivity

54. Using netstat to Troubleshoot Connectivity

55. Using Basic Linux Troubleshooting Commands

56. Creating Network Users on a Domain Controller

57. Security Terminology and Descriptions

58. Network Vulnerabilities–The Hacker and Network Admin Perspectives

59. Secure Protocols Versus Unsecure Protocols

60. Types of Network Threats and Attacks

61. Security Appliance Terminology and Methods

62. Identifying Troubleshooting Commands to Use for Various Tasks

63. Reordering Troubleshooting Steps

64. Identify Common Cat5 Wiring Problems

65. Matching Command Output to Commands

66. Verify a Data Link Connection from a Computer to a Network

67. Using Extended ping (Command Switches) to Troubleshoot Connectivity

68. Troubleshooting Practice

69. Using NSLookup for DNS Troubleshooting

70. Using ping to Troubleshoot Connectivity

71. DNS Troubleshooting Simulation

72. Using tracert to Troubleshoot Connectivity

73. Exploring troubleshooting using PowerShell

74. Troubleshooting VLAN problems

75. Exploring the Cloud

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